SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!!

SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!

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Welcome to class on this fine summer Monday! Who’s ready to learn? I know I am!

Today’s word is Coral Polyp: coral polyps are soft bodies organisms that live in colonies. Coral polyps are related to jellies and anemones. They have a hard outer skeleton that is made of limestone. Each polyp is attached to the next one by the limestone exoskeleton. Colonies of coral polyps form structures that form the coral reef that is inhabited by many different kinds of animals.

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One thought on “SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!!

  1. dangrdafne

    That photo looks just like a floral bouquet. So beautiful.

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